Why Mission Accomplished?
Mission Accomplished supports teens and young adults with achieving their goals. Founded in 2012 to help address the needs of our up and coming generation of leaders, Mission Accomplished offers a variety of services and programs to foster individual professional and personal development and prepare adolescents for productive careers and community and civic involvement.
Participation in our programs and services leads teens and young adults to a life of self-determanation, self-actualization, accountability and responsibility!
Programs and Services:
Mission Accomplished offers personal and professional development coaching and training opportunities for teens and young adults, ages 13-24.
Skill building and self-reflection workshops are co-facilitated with a teen or young adult and an industry veteran. Sessions are tailored to engage participants in meaningful personal and professional development dialogue and exercises. Workshops are culturally (social, economic, and ethnically) diverse learning spaces where participants partner with businesses and professionals to become better prepared for life transitions.
Professional development is the acquisition of skills to enhance one's professional growth and advancement. Through individualized coaching and group training, adolescent customers become better prepared to transition into the workforce, excel within companies and teach others the competencies necessary to move up the professional ladder. Mission Accomplished professional development coaching and training opportunities feed into the business aspirations of adolescent customers while meeting the goals, visions and objectives of partnering companies.
Personal development is the acquisition of skills to enhance one's personal growth and advancement. Adolescent customers enhance their levels of self-awareness by seeking and defining their individual life purpose and teaching others the importance of self- awareness. Mission Accomplished personal development coaching and training opportunities help adolescent customers learn to recognize themselves as assets to society through self-actualization.